The fully independent 4-wheel multilink suspension clings to curves yet glides over bumps and is rugged in the rough. Versatile selective damping offers refined comfort, yet firms up instantly in sharp turns.
Boosted to 255 hp, the turbocharged GLC 300 SUVs can rush to 60 in just 6.1 seconds. Advanced Direct Injection and multispark ignition can self-tune in milliseconds, to optimize performance and efficiency as you drive.
The 9G-TRONIC 9-speed automatic is smooth, sporty and smart. DYNAMIC SELECT lets you dial in the GLC's driving character, from enthusiastic Sport mode to easygoing ECO. There's even a mode you can set up as you like.
Spacious and sensuous, the acclaimed GLC cabin advances in refinement. Trim choices include three natural-grain woods. And every surface rewards your touch, from genuine aluminum switches to a spectrum of hand-fitted upholstery.
A wide array of features deserves a widescreen cockpit. A new 10.25-inch central touchscreen responds to your touch on the console, the steering wheel or itself. A reconfigurable 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster is available, too.
Beyond the wide range of upholstery and trim options, available 64-color LED ambient lighting lets you customize your GLC's cabin any time the mood strikes. There are also multicolor motifs, and you can even say "Hey, Mercedes" to change the color.
All new Mercedes-Benz vehicles are protected by our New Vehicle Limited Warranty, covering defects in material or workmanship for 48-months or 50,000 miles, whichever comes first. For added protection, the Mercedes-Benz Extended Limited Warranty offers continued peace of mind with prolonged coverage tailored to your needs.
When traveling above approximately 20 mph, radar technology can help sense when a vehicle enters the blind-spot area. Blind Spot Assist can then alert the driver via an illuminated red icon in the appropriate side mirror. An audible warning sounds if the driver activates a turn signal while a vehicle is detected in the blind spot. After parking, new enhancements can also alert the driver or passengers to vehicles, cyclists or pedestrians that could be at risk if the door is opened.
Shift into Reverse, and a rear-mounted camera displays a live 180-degree view of what's behind the vehicle on the screen atop the dashboard. Active on-screen guidelines indicate the car's projected path as you turn the steering wheel.